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  1. Cell Image Library Dataset CIL:47604 CIL

    ID: 47604

    Description: Visualization of neutrophil recruitment in capillaries proximal to S. aureus beads. (Figure 3 - Icam1)

    Data Types: image

  2. Cell Image Library Dataset CIL:47594 CIL

    ID: 47594

    Description: Visualization of neutrophil recruitment in capillaries proximal to S. aureus beads. (Figure 3 - Icam1)

    Data Types: image

  3. Cell Image Library Dataset CIL:47660 CIL

    ID: 47660

    Description: Visualization of neutrophil recruitment in capillaries proximal to agarose beads. (Figure 3 - Vcam1)

    Data Types: image

  4. Cell Image Library Dataset CIL:47662 CIL

    ID: 47662

    Description: Visualization of neutrophil recruitment in capillaries proximal to agarose beads. (Figure 3 - Vcam1)

    Data Types: image

  5. Cell Image Library Dataset CIL:47656 CIL

    ID: 47656

    Description: Visualization of neutrophil recruitment in capillaries proximal to agarose beads. (Figure 3 - Vcam1)

    Data Types: image

  6. Cell Image Library Dataset CIL:47651 CIL

    ID: 47651

    Description: Visualization of neutrophil recruitment in capillaries proximal to agarose beads. (Figure 3 - Vcam1)

    Data Types: image

  7. Cell Image Library Dataset CIL:47601 CIL

    ID: 47601

    Description: Visualization of neutrophil recruitment in capillaries proximal to S. aureus beads. (Figure 3 - Icam1)

    Data Types: image

  8. Cell Image Library Dataset CIL:47602 CIL

    ID: 47602

    Description: Visualization of neutrophil recruitment in capillaries proximal to S. aureus beads. (Figure 3 - Icam1)

    Data Types: image

  9. Cell Image Library Dataset CIL:47603 CIL

    ID: 47603

    Description: Visualization of neutrophil recruitment in capillaries proximal to S. aureus beads. (Figure 3 - Icam1)

    Data Types: image

  10. Cell Image Library Dataset CIL:47597 CIL

    ID: 47597

    Description: Visualization of neutrophil recruitment in capillaries proximal to S. aureus beads. (Figure 3 - Icam1)

    Data Types: image

  11. Transcription profiling of rat nucleus accumbens of alcohol-preferring animals following chronic ethanol consumption OmicsDI

    ID: E-GEOD-13524

    Date Released: 08-28-2015

    Description: Rap1ga1, Ece1, Dhrs3, Plod1, Kif1b, Nmnat1, Srpr, Esam) significantly different between the CA and W groups located within both mouse and rat ethanol QTLs, suggesting that these genes may contribute to ethanol drinking behavior. In conclusion, the robust differences in gene expression found between the CA and W groups, but not observed between the MSA and W groups, may be a result of the higher daily ethanol intakes of the CA group, and/or its initial ethanol withdrawal. Experiment Overall Design: 10 samples each of control, continuous ethanol and limited access ethanol...

  12. Using Oligo Array Analysis to Determine Genes of Importance in the Meninges and Associated Vasculature Function and their Sensitivity to Amphetamine T... OmicsDI

    ID: E-GEOD-23093

    Date Released: 06-10-2011

    Description: decreased more with AMPH than EIH, and Cldn 9 and Esam were increase only by AMPH. It is not known how these changes affect BBB function and integrity. Gene expression patterns in MAV were compared to two regions of brain (striatum and parietal cortex) to identify genes important to MAV function and determine whether their expressions were sensitive to a neurotoxic exposure to amphetamine....

  13. Changes in gene expression in the nucleus accumbens of alcohol-preferring rats following chronic ethanol consumption BioProject

    ID: PRJNA110135

    Keywords: Transcriptome or Gene expression

    Access Type: download

    dataset.description: Rap1ga1, Ece1, Dhrs3, Plod1, Kif1b, Nmnat1, Srpr, Esam) significantly different between the CA and W groups located within both mouse and rat ethanol QTLs, suggesting that these genes may contribute to ethanol drinking behavior. In conclusion, the robust differences in gene expression found between the CA and W groups, but not observed between the MSA and W groups, may be a result of the higher daily ethanol intakes of the CA group, and/or its initial ethanol withdrawal. Keywords: comparison of gene expression profiles for treated vs. control Overall design: 10 samples each of control, continuous ethanol and limited access ethanol...
  14. Using Oligo Array Analysis to Determine Genes of Importance in the Meninges and Associated Vasculature Function and their Sensitivity to Amphetamine T... BioProject

    ID: PRJNA131873

    Keywords: Transcriptome or Gene expression

    Access Type: download

    dataset.description: gions with AMPH and EIH but even more so in MAV. Esam increased with AMPH in all regions while Angpt2 was only affected in striatum and parietal cortex. It is not known how these changes affect MAV, striatum or parietal cortex tight junction function/BBB and integrity. Overall design: Gene expression patterns in MAV were compared to two regions of brain (striatum and parietal cortex) to identify genes important to MAV function and determine whether their expressions were sensitive to a neurotoxic exposure to amphetamine....
  15. Expression data from thymic and lymph node mesenchymal stromal subsets. BioProject

    ID: PRJNA309163

    Keywords: Transcriptome or Gene expression

    Access Type: download

    dataset.description: tanding of primary and secondary lymphoid stromal cell heterogeneity and ontogeny remains limited. Here, using genome-wide expression profiling and phenotypic and localization studies, we identify a functionally distinct subse...
  16. Changes in gene expression in the nucleus accumbens of alcohol-preferring rats following chronic ethanol consumption GEMMA

    ID: 1477

    Keywords: functional genomics

    Description: Rap1ga1, Ece1, Dhrs3, Plod1, Kif1b, Nmnat1, Srpr, Esam) significantly different between the CA and W groups located within both mouse and rat ethanol QTLs, suggesting that these genes may contribute to ethanol drinking behavior. In conclusion, the robust differences in gene expression found between the CA and W groups, but not observed between the MSA and W groups, may be a result of the higher daily ethanol intakes of the CA group, and/or its initial ethanol withdrawal. Last Updated (by provider): Nov 10 2008 Contributers: William J McBride R D Mayfield Mark W Kimpel Richard L Bell Tiebing Liang Wendy N Strother Zachary A Rodd Lucinda G Carr Howard J Edenberg Jeanette N McClintick...

  17. Cancer genomics identifies regulatory gene networks associated with the transition from dysplasia to adenocarcinomas BioProject

    ID: PRJNA111245

    Keywords: Transcriptome or Gene expression

    Access Type: download

    dataset.description: her for the epithelial mesenchymal or mesenchymal endothelial transition. Additionally, genes coding for cell adhesion including the integrins and the tight and gap junction proteins were repressed (integrin alpha 1, integrin alpha 8, claudin 2, claudin 5, gap junction membrane channel protein alpha 5 and cadherin 5) but ligands for the membrane bound epidermal growth factor tyrosine kinase i.e. epi- and amphiregulin were up-regulated. Moreover, molecules in the signalling of vascular endothelial growth factor receptor- 2 and VEGFD, Notch and WNT were regulated as were glycosylases that facilitate cellular recognition. Other regulated signalling molecules included exchange factor such as RAP guanine nucleotide exchange factor 3, RHO guanine nucleotide exchange factor 10, RAS guanine releasing protein 2 and 3, and RAS guanine nucleotide-releasing factor 1 that play a role in an activation of the MAP kinases. Notably, we found the tumor suppressors MCC (mutated in colorectal cancers), HEY1 (hairy/enhancer-of-split related with YRPW motif 1), FAT3 (FAT tumor suppressor homolog 3), ARMCX1 (armadillo repeat containing, X-linked 1) and RECK (reversion-inducing-cysteine-rich protein with kazal motifs) to be significantly repressed. Taken collectively, our study provides valuable information for new candidate g...

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